Clip at the notches on the side edge of the pockets and double turn the stepped turn back to the inside of the pocket. Topstitch across the top and down the edge of the turnback then across the base of the turnback.
Press the remaining 3 outer to the inside at the seam allowance and pin the pocket to the front legs where marked on the pattern, the top and the base of the pocket opening will be stitched into the side seam. Once in place edge stitch the pockets to the leg.
With right sides together sew the front and back in leg seams together. Neaten with an overlocker/serger and press towards the back.
With right sides together sew the crotch seams together. Start sewing at the back waistline, stitch down to the base of the crotch and continue sewing up the front crotch finishing at the front waistline. Neaten with an overlocker/serger.
With right sides facing, sew the front and back side seams together. Start sewing at the waistline, stitching through the straight edge of the back pocket as you sew, be careful not to catch the front pocket opening. Continue sewing the side seam finishing at the hemline. Neaten with an overlocker/serger and press towards the back.
With right side together sew the front and back hem facing seams together, press the seams open.
With right sides together sew the hem facings to the leg openings, turn to the right side and understitch close to the seam on the side of the facing.
Pin the hem facings to the legs, once in place topstitch top edge of the hem facings to the legs.
Cut the elastic to your personal length and lay one edge on top of the other and stitch together securely.
Mark the elastic in quarters with chalk so the makings will match up with the centre front, centre back and side seam so the elastic has an even spread.
Overlock or sew one edge of the elastic to the inside top edge of the waist of the pant, stretching the elastic as you sew. Turn the elastic over to the inside to encase in the top of the pant and pin down. Sew a twin needle or single topstitch around the lower edge of the elastic, stretching the elastic as you sew.
Press your new pants!